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A Serbian Film [2010] [Blu-Ray]

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  • Directors: Srdjan Spasojevic
  • Format: PAL
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Revolver Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Jan. 2011
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004AG55S2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,595 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

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To secure money for his family that will support them for the rest of their lives, Milos, a retired adult film star from Serbia, plunges once more into the depths of pornographic production only to find that his new mysterious and menacing employer has unthinkable terrors in store for him. Confrontational, shocking, uncompromising and absolutely unforgettable, A Serbian Film ranks alongside the likes of Requiem For A Dream, Videodrome and Irreversible as one of the most provocative and brilliant films of its time. Special Features include: Exclusive introduction from director, Srdjan Spasojevic; 12 page booklet featuring essay from horror critic, Alan Jones; Filmmakers insight. WARNING: THIS FILM CONTAINS EXTREME CONTENT

Review

This is a must-see --Empire

A Serbian Film is amongst the most gripping I have seen in recent times. For fans of extreme cinema, this is essential viewing. --DVD Verdict

Its shock content reaches an almost criminal threshold. --Variety

A Serbian Film is amongst the most gripping I have seen in recent times. For fans of extreme cinema, this is essential viewing. --DVD Verdict

Its shock content reaches an almost criminal threshold. --Variety --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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Format: DVD
Even in it's censored form, A Serbian Film packs a powerful punch.

Without trying to sound like an apologist for censorship, the cut version still works and internet rants against companies putting out censored work should be directed at the censor, not the companies putting out the movies, who have to recoup costs regardless of the BBFCs outcome.

To all the people bleating about how disgusting it is and how it should be banned I say this. You don't have to watch it. This isn't the kind of film, thanks to a combined campaign of open and honest marketing and furiously jerking knees, that anyone will come to without prior warning.

Therefore, if you choose to watch something and then get offended, it's your fault, not the fault of talented filmmakers creating transgressive imagery. Personally, I watched it and got very upset. Upset because the film asked me questions rather than simply throwing the claret around and jiggling breasts in my face.

If only more films were less thought provoking and had more pointless slaughter and more jiggling breasts,we could all sleep at night knowing that no one would be offended or uncomfortable. Fact is, art and creativity shouldn't be subject to censure only classification. I classify this movie as uncompromising, thought provoking, intellegent and extremely troubling.

If you don't like images of sex, violence and sexual violence, just don't watch it. Don't. If you're more tolerant of extreme cinema and taboo images, then A Serbian Film, despite protests from reviewers about it being pure exploitation (an act of cowardice as they try to avoid being seen to praise that which has been universally vilified), is a smart, clever, questioning work that will at least give you plenty of pub debate ammunition.
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This 2010 film, tells the story of an ex porn star who is struggling to provide for his wife and young son. When his female co-star from the past suddenly arrives, she offers him a lucrative film deal financed by the mysterious Vukmir. But without a script to go on, what has he let himself in for?
From the opening scene of a 5 year old boy watching a porn movie featuring his dad, you know this is going to be a difficult watch. Covering unsavoury topics such as graphic depictions of rape, necrophilia, suggested bestiality and child sexual abuse, this was always going to offend. But despite the hype, there is little here that has not already been covered in other films, but what this does is put them all together in a graphic and suggestive manner [however this is the censored version] [lose a *]. However, realism isn’t the name of the game as some of the plot lines are ludicrous and are simply meant to shock which wouldn’t be a bad thing if the film didn’t pretend to make a real social statement [lose a *].
The single disc offers play, scene selection, set up [5.1, 2.0 default] and a film makers insight. Running at 95 minutes, this has 49 edits, although no full scenes are deleted –[having edited many of the scenes involving the children], but it still makes for disturbing viewing. I didn’t pick up on the social statement the filmmaker bleated on about, how everyone prostitutes themselves as wage slaves etc, even he admitted he made the film then looked for the justification for it.
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The four and a half minutes cut from this movie were important parts that made it as extreme as it was. Just download the screener and don't waste your time on the dvd.
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There has been a thing going around about the sheer dreadfulness of this film.
I bought it to see just how shocking it was.
I suspect that some sections had been cut, but there was still lot's of graphic unpleasantness, mainly of a sexually perverse nature, to make it a grim storyline.
In fact the sexual element is very graphically portrayed.
I have seen worse gore.
I guess what sets this apart is the despicable acts the main player is forced while drugged to participate in.
The ending is unexpected and another perverse twist.
You'll either find this disgusting and grossly shocking, or watchable for what it is. Controversial.
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My review is for the uncut version of the film,as the BBFC have chopped this one to bits.I recently bought this version off Amazon for the bonus features and to see what has been cut.It's not good.I was under the impression there would be just some slight trimming here and there(I had been on a website that compared both versions),but this is not the case.Some scenes have been shortened so much that their impact is greatly reduced,to the point in which they may aswell have been removed entirely(specifically the notorious baby scene and the one in which Milos is watching the filmed death of Laylah on the camcorder.In this version,the former scene is trimmed so much so that without Vukmir shouting "Newborn Porn" you wouldn't have assumed the baby was molested,as not enough is shown to even imply this).This makes me really angry,as legions of casual film fans who see this on a shelf in HMV and think it looks interesting,will judge this film on the version they see(and don't forget there is still a warning on the back of the sleeve,thus the content will be unfairly judged as it is not in it's complete format).....the good thing though is that in the spoken introduction the director informs us that this version is actually cut,so people know there is more to this film if they want to seek out the full version.
Before I talk about the film,I would just like to say a few things about the BBFC.Ahem......MOVIE CENSORSHIP IS NOW COMPLETELY REDUNDANT....HELLO PEOPLE....EVER HEARD OF THE INTERNET???!!!!!By heavily censoring a film,you are just going to make people like me more determined to track it down uncut....and it really isn't difficult nowadays!The whole process is so arbitrary,it makes me laugh.
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